William Jones (naturalist)
He is best known for Jones Icones 1,500 watercolours of butterflies and some moths which is conserved in Oxford University Museum of Natural History. It was never published. Jones Icones illustrates specimens from the collections of Dru Drury, Joseph Banks and John Francillon as well as a few from the British Museum and Linnean Society collections.
- Vane-Wright, R. I. (2010). "William Jones (1745–1818), Chelsea and the need for a digital online Icones". Antenna 34 (1) (Royal Entomological Society). pp. 16–21.
- Webb, Julie (March 2014). "William's butterflies". Oxfordshire Limited Edition: 125.